Organizations all over the place have gotten extra open—and extra modern, agile, and engaged consequently. But can we are saying the identical of our instructional organizations?
What if we might construct lecture rooms, departments, or complete academic establishments on the identical values that energy the open supply communities? What if we might infuse open principles—like transparency, inclusivity, adaptability, collaboration, and group—into reimagined academic organizations? How may that change the methods educators put together college students for all times in an more and more open world?
The subsequent community-produced quantity within the Open Organization book series will discover these questions. And you’ll be able to contribute.
Participating is straightforward. Just comply with three steps.
1. Learn in regards to the guide
First, familiarize your self with the intention and scope of the mission. The book’s README is a good place to begin.
You’ll see that three principal sections comprise the guide:
- Visions, chapters in regards to the energy, potential, and promise open ideas maintain for reimagining and reinventing fashionable academic organizations
- Case research, examples of experimental and modern initiatives geared toward making academic organizations extra open
- Activities, step-by-step practices for introducing and scaling open ideas in training
As per tips on this repository, all materials included on this guide is licensed through a Creative Commons license. So remember to review those guidelines, too.
2. See what’s within the works
Next, evaluate the guide’s working table of contents to see what others have already agreed to contribute. Notice one thing lacking? Great! Why not submit it?
three. Submit a chapter
To pitch your personal contribution to this guide, you’ll be able to open an issue within the mission’s repository and describe the contribution you’d wish to make, and an editor will get in contact with you. Alternatively, you’ll be able to submit your concepts using our handy form.
Initial chapter drafts are due May 31, 2019, so do not delay.